Manchester and Edinburgh are two of 19 more UK areas where emergency brakes will be applied on Jersey's safe travel list from Thursday 3 June.
It means from that date, they'll be classed as red areas. That requires isolation until a day 10 test.
These 19 are on top of the regions where emergency brakes were applied last week. They remain in the red zone.
The additional 19 are:
- Ribble Valley
- South Ribble
- Reigate and Banstead
- Dundee City
- City of Edinburgh
- South Ayrshire
- South Lanarkshire
- North Lanarkshire
From Thurs 3 June at 00:01, 19 additional Red emergency brakes will be introduced in UK regions.— Government of Jersey (@GovJersey) June 1, 2021
The emergency brake data will be run twice a week, and the Red emergency brake classification will apply for a minimum of 14 days. Emergency brakes currently in place still remain. pic.twitter.com/379RdxBGMx
The rest of England is green and the rest of Scotland is amber.
Updates on the emergency brake list will be given by the government twice a week